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  • But this leaves the question, Where does the data go??? Currently there are 2 organizations“Commercial” and “Government”We all know that companies store everything that they can find about you. But how about the government. What about the 1 organization that REALLY knows pretty much all of your sensitive data. So, what happens when all of this information is combined? . Lets look at a program that was canceled a few years back. However parts of this program are still in development in other countries.

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  • Government Surveillance
    Larry Jennings • Robert Schwien
    Stacy Drake • Eric Crump
  • Surveillance
    Background
    Intended vs. Unintended use of tech
    Examples
    Assumptions
    Utilitarian Analysis
    Kantian Analysis
    Conclusions
    Questions
  • Technology We Use Everyday!
    PC / Internet
    Consumer Card Programs
    Electronic Toll Collection (iPass)
    DVRs
    GPS /E911/Onstar
    Public Surveillance Cameras
  • What do these have in common?
    They All Collect Data!
  • What is REALLY being collected?
    PC / Internet
    Data is stored at ISP and other servers
    Consumer Card Programs
    Transactions and Products are stored
    Electronic Toll Collection (iPass)
    Date and Time of going through are stored on Government Servers
    DVRs
    Often no restrictions on data storage and access from marketers and advertisers
    GPS /E911/Onstar
    Ability to track people and send data to servers..
    Some GPS is latent and can be turned on remotely
    Public Surveillance Cameras
    These devices are now being programmed to recognize “suspicious behavior “and alert proper authorities
    These include police and potentially government.
    Not sure about facial recognition
  • Who gets this information?
    Corporations
    Government
  • Who gets this information?
    Corporations
    Great for Marketing Opportunities
    Government
    Great for trying to identify Terrorists!!!
    BUT!
  • A system that knows it all!
    Total Information Awareness (TIA)
  • Who gets this information?
    Corporations
    Great for Marketing Opportunities
    Government
    Great for trying to identify Terrorists!!!
    BUT!
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